Part expressionist melodrama and part campy horror, “The Attachment Diaries (El Apego)” sends mixed messages about trauma and mental health issues. [Chattanooga Film Festival]

Content/trigger warning: The Attachment Diaries deals with sexual assault, self-harm, mental illness, and abortion. These subjects are also briefly discussed in the review below. The Attachment Diaries is a difficult movie for two reasons. First, it focuses on a handful… Read More ›

A Conversation with “Split at the Root” producers Marti Noxon and Maria Grasso & Immigrant Families Together co-founder Julie Schwietert Collazo. [SXSW Film Festival]

EoM contributor Justin Waldman recently interviewed producers Marti Noxon and Maria Grasso and co-founder of Immigrant Families Together Julie Schwietert Collazo to discuss their work on the documentary Split at the Root, which is premiering at SXSW. During their conversation,… Read More ›

Explore Alejandro Iñárritu’s first feature film, “Amores perros,” in a brand-new way thanks to its addition to the Criterion Collection.

Before The Revenant (2017), before Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), before Biutiful (2010), and before 21 Grams (2003), writer/director Alejandro Iñárritu made his feature debut with 2000’s hard-hitting Amores perros, a title translated to English as “Love’s… Read More ›